Meet The Artists Brunch With Fari Rahimi And Sandra De La Rosa

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BLUEorange Contemporary and Duende Art Project are pleased to invite you to a special artist brunch this Sunday, March 20th starting from 1pm through 3pm.

Enjoy a beautiful Sunday afternoon with complimentary mimosas, bloody marys, and other brunch items while learning more about the two gallery exhibitions by artists Fari Rahimi and Sandra de la Rosa. Each artist will be on hand to discuss their works so we may discover more about their process and ideas behind the unique artworks from their studios.

We look forward to seeing you during our Sunday - Funday event at our gallery and patio! Feel free to invite your friends!

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BLUEorange is proud to present "Pair" featuring new work by Fari Rahimi about purity, unity and connection. The pieces are very personal, reflecting the deep emotional and physical identity and struggle. They embody fragility and strength, mystery and clarity, oppression and empowerment. The show is about relationships: among the works themselves, between each of the materials I use, between the viewer and the work, and between the entire collection and the surrounding space. The show creates a meditative atmosphere, encouraging the viewer to reflect on the hidden narratives and layered symbolism contained within each work.

Duende Art Project is pleased to present "Sanctuaries" an exhibition of the latest paintings and prints by Houston artist Sandra de la Rosa. De la Rosa's artwork revolves around combining structures of various surfaces to create elusive and impossible realities. The structures depicted in her latest series include the impoverished 3rd Ward in Houston, Texas, as well as her childhood hometown in Mexico, San Luis Potosi. The paintings and prints by de la Rosa document the impermanence of urban environments as gentrification and urban developments change the landscape in our communities.
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